Special Programs

Saginaw Valley brings you something more, something better with its lecture series on “Insight, Experience, and Achievement.” The Fall Focus series will provide students with new views through windows to the past, fresh forecasts for the future, and modern perspectives on today’s world.

Speaker Lineup

Dow Visiting Scholar
Alina Fernandez
Castro’s Daughter: An Exile’s Insight into Cuba
Tuesday Sept. 24
Malcolm Field Theatre for Performing Arts, 7pm

 

16th Annual Thomas and Hilda Rush Distinguished Lecture
Basil Clark
Profiles and Personalities: A Story of Some SVSU People
Thursday, Oct. 3
Founders Hall, 4pm

 

10th Annual James E. O’Neill Jr. Memorial Lecture
Dow Visiting Scholar
Allen Guelzo
Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation: The End of Slavery in America
Thursday, Oct. 17
Malcolm Field Theatre for Performing Arts, 7pm

 

Distinguished Visiting Artist
Eugenia Zukerman
Strategies for Coping with the Age of Anxiety
Tuesday Oct. 22
Rhea Miller Recital Hall, 7pm

 

Flute Recital
Eugenia Zukerman
Wednesday, Oct.23
Rhea Miller Recital Hall, 7pm

 

Dow Visiting Artist
Mira Nair
An Evening with Mira Nair
Wednesday, Oct. 30
Malcolm Field Theatre for Performing Arts, 7pm

 

Dow Visiting Scholar
Laurence C. Smith
The World in 2050: Four Forces Shaping Civilization’s Northern Future
Wednesday, Nov. 6
Rhea Miller Recital Hall, 7pm